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THE HARTFORD HERALD
We doubt by'thlitlme
you are planning to' do
your spring cleaning.
We want to remind you
of our splendid line of
Window Shades. Drape
ries, Rugs, Graes Rugs,
Matting Rugs. Gold Seal
Congoleum Rug, Ax
minster, Brussels, etc.
1.14 aAmAj Amt.A Tt(n
SCttUlCU MUlUnci AVUfiU. .
ziz seamless Aim Inst er Hugs, .. .
9x12 Printed Brussel Rugs, ...... ... 10.95
9x12 Woven Brusse! Rugs, ......... .... ... .......... 10.05
9x12 Grass Ruga -. . ... . . . 0.50
9x12 Matting Rugs , . ... ... -i 5.00
9x12 Congoleum Rugs. . ., 15.00
40-Inch Marquisette . .85c
36-inch Colored Drapery ...25c
36-inch Fancy scrim ........... .20c
36-lnch Curtain net ..25c
36-inch Bordered Scrim ..15c
I O LOCAL DASHES O
! " .
i Miss Marliesa Foster, of No Creek,
!, was among our recent visitors.
- Mr. W. E. Ellis was In Owensboro
. Tuesday and Wednesday last week.
, Judge , John B. Wilson was in
Fordsville, on business yesterday.
i Ford Tires:" Front, $7.80; Rear,
lj-2t HARTFORD MOTOR CO.
: County Attorney Otto C. Martin
was in Dixon Ky., on business last
Hemstitching and covered buttons.
MRS. W. J. BEAN, .
l-H - Hartford, Ky.
Mrs. O. L. Shults visited relatives
In West Point while her Jiusbandj
was in attendance at the K. E. A. ,
HIgest cash price for eggs and
poultry every day in the year
W. E. ELLIS ft BRO. 49tf.
Mrs. A. C. Porter left, Thursday,
for Paducab, where she will spend
some time with her husband.
Drlnk Budweiser. Always on Ice
at our fountain.
OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO.
Mr, and Mrs. O. Tice Burns are
visiting Mr. Burna" father, Mr. 8. T.
Burns, and family, of Owensboro.
Tractor OH: By Barrel, 5o per
gal; By Half Barrell70o per gal.
15-2t HARTFORD MOTOR CO.
Mrs, Lula Coppage Is making an
extended visit with relatives In
Leltchfield, where she formerly liv
ed. REGISTERED Dl'ROC PIGS for
sale, of the best type, at reasonable
prlcea. Phone 46. Hartford. Ky.
-4t. . ERTON D. TICHINOR.
Mrs. Ella Davis, of McHenry. who
is visiting relatives In this city, was
a pleasant sailer at this office, Eat
PAIR GOOD MULES, 1 bands
high, 13 aid 14 year' old, tor sale.
Will sell reasonable.
L. B. TICHENOR. Hartford, Ky. 153t
. w ........ ....... V" 'f
666 1 prescription for Colds, Fev
er and LaGrlppe? It's tb moot
ppeedy remedy we know. 40-15t
Miss Bessie M. Gillespie, of Louis,
vllle, spent Easter with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie an
Rev. L. D. Harrel, of "Caneyville,
and Rev. William Savage, of Hop
klnsvllle, were among our visitors,
The seniors of Hartford High
School will give their play, "Much
Ado About Betty"' Thursday night
at the high school auditorium.
Mr. J. H. Igleheart, of Center
town, R. F. D. No. 1, was in this city
on business pertaining to the settle
ment of bis father's estate, Monday.
Mrs. I. S. Mason, county school
superintendent; Misses Mary Marks,
and Beulah Moore and Messrs, O. L.
Shults and Wilbur P. Rhoads, teach-
era In Hartford High and Graded
school, attended the annual meeting
of the Kentucky Educational Asso
ciation at Louisville last week.
Mr. McDowell ' A. Fogle wf s In
Loulsrille couple of days the first
of the week.
Mrs. J. B. Tappan returned early
last week from Louisville, where she
had been the gqest of MaJ. and Mrs.
J. L. Lallinger and Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenta C. Acton.
and children, of this city, spent
Easter with Mrs. Acton's sister, Mrs.
Thomas Whiteho'use, and Mr. White-
bouse, near Dundee. - l
Mr. John King and wife moved
from the Vaught or Thomas reel-
dence on Washington street to the
Bunger property on Clay street,
Get your Seeds, 'Fertilizer
Farm Implements from
D. L, D. BANDEFUR.
South Main St.,
9-9t Beaver Dam, Ky.
Dr. Willis Lyons, of Corbln, who
had been attending the Dental Asso
ciation in Louisville, came to Hart
ford Wednesday to make a brief vis
it with relatives before returning
Rev. Wm. Savage filled his regu
lar appointment at Union Grove
Christian church, Saturuday night,
Sunday morning and night. Large
audiences were in attendance at ev
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. (Bud) Benne'.t
aud daughter, Miss Thelma, bave
arrived here from Decatur, Ala.,
where they bave made their home
for some time and will again locate
Rev. L. D. Harrel, of Caneyville,
filled hia regular appointment at
Bulah , Cumberland Presbyterian
church in Beda, Saturday night and
Sunday. Good sized audiences were
present at both services.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Miller and
sons returned, Saturday, from Car
bondale, 111., where Mr. Miller had
been taking treatment for illness re
sulting from a recent attack of in
fluenza. He is considerably im
proved. Miss Cleon Genung, registered
nurse, who had been in attendance
upon Judge Jesse E, Fogle for over
two years next preceding his death,
on the 6th. inst., has returned to
her Borne in Louisville. "'
Quite a few people have obtained
lily bulbs from the pond where ex
cavations are being made for the
erection of J W. Wilson's meat mar
ket - and grocery. Misses Winnie
and Muriel Wilson sent a crate - of
them to friends in Boise City, Okla.
Services next Sunday morning and
115.11. HI IUU VUIIDIWU uuuiiu iu
Hartford by the pastor, Rev. Wil
liam Savage. Subject, morning ser
vice: The Bible Doctrine of Bap
tism. Subject, night service: The
Church's Mission to the Fallen.
U you want the best Ice Cream
in town, get
at the Ohio County Drug Cos
They'll last longer, wear better
and the strong Triple Stitched '
Seam, are QUARANTEED
NEVER TO RIP
An Interesting session was held by
Hartford Lodge No.. I7S T. A A. M.
Monday night. The second degree was
conferred on one candidate.
-. Miss Budle Matthews, whose home
is with Dr. L. B. Bean, is dangerous
ly ill of pneumonia but at press hoar
her condition was slightly better.
Mrs. Oma KIrtley and daughter,
little Miss Wilms Luclle, of Kronos,
returned home, Monday, after a visit
with Mrs. Kirtley's sister, Mrs. Ollle
The April number of The Hartford
High School Wiiard Is Just oft the
press and as usual is a bright newsy
sheet and a credit to the editors, con-
tributors and the school
Mr. Farmer, Merchant, Contrac
tor or Other Employer:
When you have a position to of
fer, remember the ex-service man.
He offered his life for yoa. Do not
forget him now Ohio County Poet
No. 44 The American Legion, Hart
ford, Ky. -
REWARD I will give ten dollars
reward to the one who will furnish
information Kufflcient to cause the
arrest and conviction of the party
who broke into my residence last
Tuesday night, getting a quantity of
DR. J. 8. BEAN,
Horse Branch, Ky.
I RV1T TREES '
VEGETABLE PLANTS AND 6EEDS
PLANTS FLOWERS BULBS
Everything In Flowers From So0
. Write for Catalogue
New 7 Room House on lot 150 ft
Fifth and Broadway,
Beaver Dam, ' Ky
a bargain if
taken by May 1.
H. E. RENFROW,
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MERRY WEEK AT
BEAVER DAM, KY.
Wednesday, April 19, 1922:
The biggest thing ever offered at that theater?
"Gypsy Girls" Minstrels.
Cream of the local talent of Beaver Dam and surround
to wd 8. Auspices Parent Teachers Association.
Director C. J. Schubert, Nashville, Tenn.
lE'-CnST! ITTJDSri FUNI
Thursday, April 20, 1922;
You know how you use to crowd the house to see this grwuL
Saturday, April 22, 1922
the week will eud with
' Not Yet Released
Needless to say if you get a
to come early. We believe everybody with, ao autom
will see this show.
A 2-reel Comedy
TO TJBIIE F"CTBXICX
We Have Iuttalled a First-Class
STEAM PRESSING MACHINE.
We Clean, Press and Repair
Anything for Men, Women and Children. Give us a Win J .
.Place of Business: One door west .of Hartford
Herald office building. .
HARTFORD PRESSING CLUBr
C M. WADE. Proprietor -
Unusually Good Service ir Mdnsing
Wear for Men, Women and Children.
Your own experience
will be the best test of it quality. JJ
g Some folks have an idea that light weight miffevHt; -
garmenta are not substantialbut that's because the j $ -
never tried Muusiugwear.
Iu our store you will find more If vu&ingwear thae??
4 any other kind of underwear for the. maou ; that we-igg. !
sell more of it. Mun6lugwear hs made good friend f
for ub as well as for Itself.
Summer now iu stock, aud
I Carson & Oo
to the Big Cities
seat this uight you will btavt.
with each Show.
8:00 p. m.
in weariug MaoBing-Weairiilt
AH desirable styles &c
at reasonable prices.